EIGHT FLAGS JEEP CLUB
Nassau County, Florida
Serving NE Florida/SE Georgia's Jeep Enthusiasts
JUDGEMENT FREE JEEPING!
EIGHT FLAGS JEEP CLUB is a family oriented jeep club located in Nassau County, Florida. We're a diverse group of Jeepers who get together to share experiences, ideas & friendship- but what ties us all together is our love for our JEEPS!
Get involved in local events, public service activities, get muddy on the trails, beach meet-ups, cruise-ins, travel to out-of-town Jeep events & local points of interest and more! Eight Flags Jeep Club promotes safe, Jeep oriented outdoor recreation and abides by the "Tread Lightly" policy to keep the environment safe & unchanged from the way we originally found it.
We will be accepting new
members starting in
Visit our Facebook page
Special thanks to
Davis CDJR Yulee
New members- pay here!
MONTHLY MEMBER'S MEETING
Tuesday, March 7, 2023
Monthly Members Meetings are held the 1st Tuesday of each month and meet at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club
2800 Bill Melton Rd. Fernandina Beach
Meetings usually last for an hour and help keep members up to date on what's going on, planning events, guest speakers, sharing stories and talking about wheeling with tips and advice.
EIGHT FLAGS JEEP CLUB MEMBERS!
It's time for anyone who joined PRIOR to 2022 to pay your renewal fees of $30.
Pay by cash or check at any meeting or event, mail it in to PO Box 17229, Fernandina Beach 32035 or use the convenient Pay Pal option above.
SAVE THE DATE!
2023 LEEPERZ JEEPERZ
CHARITY JEEP RUN
Saturday, April 1st
New info just in! All new route this year. Leave from the Nassau County Fairgrounds for an escorted scenic Jeep ride through private Rayonier Property with amazing views. Event actually ends on the bluff for lunch at the water line with food trucks and music. There will be a screened outbuilding with plenty of tables and chairs for Jeepers to enjoy their lunch.
Eight Flags will have waivers available for members at our next club meeting on Tuesday, March 7.
Check out all the info & pre-registration on our LEEPERZ JEEPERZ page!
Saturday, March 25
starting at 6:30 p.m.
PETERS POINT BEACH
Bundle up and come join fellow Jeepers on the beach for a cozy fire under the stars! Don't forget to bring your lawn chair or beach blanket, a hot drink and something to cook on the fire. We'll bring the firewood. Family & friends and leashed pets welcome.
Last bonfire of the season!
A members only event.
**DATE CHANGE TO SUNDAY 3/19**
MEET OUR NEW
EIGHT FLAGS JEEP CLUB CERT TEAM!
The Jeep CERT team can assist Nassau County law enforcement & Emergency Mgmt as civilian volunteers by contributing their time, vehicles and off-road skills. Jeeps can help cover terrain that would be inaccessible to most patrol vehicles. Members completed a 12-13 hr on-line program and a two-day classroom hands/on which included basic first aid techniques, fire safety, disaster & emergency response skills, team organization and a practical tornado disaster simulation.
We had 15 Eight Flags Jeeps- great event for a great cause!
Very successful parade which included our 9 decorated Jeeps and a big appreciative parade-watching crowd.
Thanks to everyone who donated toys at our "Jingle & Mingle" Holiday Party. Not only did we have some great food and a lot of fun, but we collected two Jeeps packed full with toys for the kids at America's Youth in Fernandina.
Check out our Jeeps at the Nassau County Parks & Rec Fall Festival-
More pics on our Facebook page
Visit club member Ed Richtsteig's
Southeast Jeep Forum
for area Jeep events/meet-ups, Jeep information & tips and more.
Check out what else Eight Flags Jeep Club has been up to....
Saturday, 9/17 was National Clean-up
Day. Eight Flags combined our quarterly Adopt-A-Roadway cleanup & International Coastal Clean-up Day.
The Road Crew cleaned our mile of Amelia Island Parkway.
The Beach Crew split into two teams and cleaned American Beach & Burney Park.
And breakfast for everyone at BK after the clean-up!
7th Annual KRAWL'N FOR THE FALLEN
Florida International Rally & Motorsport Park (The FIRM)
Didn't get many pictures this year due to the drizzly rain. A couple of our Jeeps got stuck in the mud, no biggie, and overall a good day for a good cause- to honor those that lost their lives in the line of duty and raise money for their families.
CHARITY JEEP RUN 2022
Check out the pics on our Facebook page
Great job Regan Richardson-
215 Jeeps at 3/12 miles long!
The Eight Flags gang ended up at Shuckers at little early...
MAY IS FOR MUTTS
(And kitties too!)
During the month of May we collected pet supplies for the Nassau Humane Society at our Monthly Member's Meeting on Tuesday, May 3 and Jeep Nite Out on Monday, May 9.
2021 INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEAN-UP DAY
Saturday, September 18
Once again, thanks to our clean-up crew!
Jeep Club day trip info coming next month.
SAVE THE DATE!
It's time for the annual St. Mary's River Clean-up and White Oak Plantation Volunteer Luncheon!
Saturday, April 15, 2023
JEEPS FOR SHOREBIRDS
Once again, Eight Flags Jeep Club will assist Amelia Island State Park to help protect nesting shorebirds and their tiny chicks by helping to create a barrier to prevent park patrons from driving on certain areas of the beach during low tides.
Any Jeep Club members or Jeep owners that are interested in volunteering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Ali Flisek, Park Service Assistant at email@example.com.
Next Clean-up in April
Eight Flags Jeep Club has pledged to work with Keep Nassau Beautiful clean Amelia Island Parkway between the roundabout at 14th & Buccaneer Trail.
Members- meet at the grassy area at roughly the halfway point. We will provide safety vests , litter pickers and garbage bags. Please wear sturdy work shoes & bring work gloves.
And be sure to wear your safety yellow
"Clean-up Crew" t-shirt. If you have not yet received one, we'll have one available for you at the venue.
Breakfast after the clean-up for all Jeep Club volunteers.
And, don't forget to look for Terry's "hidden golf balls" worth $20 cash each!
Come be a part of the
Veteran's Day Parade
Downtown Fernandina Beach
Friday, Nov. 11
Here are a few of our Jeep participants
Eight Flags Jeep Club has taken a stand and joined hundreds of other Jeep enthusiasts by becoming an official "Tread Lightly!" member to keep the outdoors healthy, open and accessible and to promote safe and responsible four-wheeling.
Travel Responsibly on land by staying on designated roads, trails and area.
Respect the Rights of Others including private property owners, all recreational trail users, campers & others so they can enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed.
Educate Yourself prior to your trip by obtaining travel maps and regulations from public agencies.
Avoid Sensitive Areas on land such as meadows, lake shores, wetlands & streams. Stay on designated routes.
Do Your Part by modeling appropriate behavior, leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste, minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread of invasive species and repairing degraded areas.
What a blast at the Mudcat Crawl in
St. Mary's River Clean-up 2022
& White Oak Plantation Wildlife Preserve
Saturday, April 23 at 9:00 a.m.
Under the Shave Bridge (Wade's Place)
Eight Flags Jeep club participated in the annual clean-up of the St. Mary's River and it's tributaries. During this one-day, two state event, volunteers walked along the shorelines of the river to remove paper, bottles, cans, tires and other debris.
And back this year was the White Oak volunteer luncheon & after party along the scenic St. Mary's River.
We had a great turnout- we even had a nautical unit this year!
BOOTS ON THE GROUND JEEP POKER RUN
Saturday, May 7, 2022
Flamingo Lake RV Resort
Hosted by American Legion Riders Chapter 9, Flamingo Lake RV Resort and Dick's Wings to support this Nation's Veterans, their families and memorializing our Fallen Heroes.
Droves of Jeeps & motorcycles!
JEEP GIRLS 101
Thanks to Irene & Billy for conducting our first informal Eight Flags Jeep Club "Jeep Girls 101" class. It was fun, informative and easy to understand. And thanks to Terry for grilling up some mean hot dogs afterwards. This time we worked on sand, Jeep Girls 102 will focus on some off-roading. Our Eight Flags Jeep girls rock!
Sorry guys- this one was for the ladies!